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“Thanks again for the wonderful job. I can honestly say that you changed our company! We practice skills that Lead Star taught us daily and are constantly holding each other accountable [...]" Senior district manager, Schlumberger
“We cannot thank you enough for the unbelievably fabulous leadership training. It was the best training I have ever attended, and have heard nothing but glowing feedback from the rest of the team." Attorney, Broadcom
“It will truly affect the way I approach each new day at work and at home. The sooner one is exposed to Lead Star principles the more resistant one will be to society’s misguided definitions of leadership.” Director, Michigan Works!

Core Competencies through Cultural Analysis

Discover how we developed leadership programs that mapped to cultural maxims at niche insurance leader Hagerty.

How we analyzed it

Fast-paced, dynamic learning environment

Facebook needed a flexible, expedited leadership program that could keep up with the company’s accelerated growth. Learn how we helped new hires join the fold and provided senior executives with the tools to lead them.

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Emerging Leaders, Experiential Training

Find out how custom-designed modules enabled emerging sales leaders to take key accounts to the next level.

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Leading to safety, tracking success

See how behavior modification—reinforced by classroom sessions and follow-up webinars—enabled oil and gas leader Schlumberger to focus on safety, beyond the limited scope of compliance measures.

How we improved safety

Leadership Moments

Monday morning insights and anecdotes to help you start your week in a leadership frame of mind.


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Our Story

Each Lead Star consultant is a U.S. military Veteran: As ordinary people put into extraordinary situations, we discovered that leadership is not innate—it can be developed. Since our founding, we have partnered with organizations to cultivate that skill, focusing on creative solutions and service-based leadership that empowers individuals to be authentic, proactive, and accountable.

Our Team

Led by co-founders Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch—both former Captains in the U.S. Marine Corps—Lead Star consultants bring a unique combination of academic, military, and business experience. We form adaptive, collaborative partnerships, and we’ll do whatever it takes to understand your challenges—whether that means shadowing your manufacturing line or working in an oil-field in subzero temperatures.

CCL Partner Network

Courtney Lynch and Angie Morgan serve as Directors for the Center for Creative Leadership’s Partner Network, an innovative program that provides independent consultancies the opportunity to affiliate with CCL, gain access to its exclusive leadership development tools and resources, and receive business coaching to assist them with marketing their services and growing their business.

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“SPARK: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success”

Sparks are the doers, thinkers, innovators and key influencers who search for ways to succeed. But Sparks are not born—they’re made. SPARK gives you a roadmap for your leadership development.

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Our Video Library

Angie Morgan - Identifying Sparks

Patrick Nelson - Self Awareness

Courtney Lynch — The Ideal Client

Sean Lynch on Leadership Imperative

The Center for Creative Leadership

Practical Leadership Strategies


Leadership Blog

As we near the end of 2016, it’s valuable as leaders to assess our progress. Leadership development is a journey, not a destination. Grab a blank piece of paper and take some notes as you consider these points to clarify how you advanced this year: How did the year feel? Don’t Read more

| December 5, 2016 | Goal Setting, Reflection

I love turnaround stories about teams that break down barriers to reach their full potential. Case in point: 25 years ago a Major League Baseball team from a small market shocked the world by winning the World Series. That team, the Minnesota Twins, went from being the worst team in Read more

| November 28, 2016 | Leading Teams

Are you ready to find your Spark? Read More